By virtue of IHTA 1984, s. 5(2), the general rule that a person who has power to dispose of property as he thinks fit is treated as beneficially entitled to it does not apply to settled property. The effect is that a revocable transfer to trustees is a transfer of value by the donor, regardless of the fact that it may later be revoked. Tax will be payable on the value transferred.

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